Re: Depends available in other PPA's
On 08/03/18 15:14, Benjamin Redelings wrote:
> I'm Ben Redelings (http://ben-redelings.org) and I've recently
> joined debian-med on salsa. I've been thinking about uploading some new
> phylogenetics / bioinformatics software, partly so that I can tell
> students in workshops "just type sudo apt-get install <packages> if you
> are running debian or ubuntu".
> For this use case, I probably can't tell everyone to run debian
> testing - a lot of people are going to show up running ubuntu. What
> might you all recommend? In theory ubuntu people could add debian
> testing to `apt/sources.list.d`. I have no idea how much conflict that
> would cause - perhaps ubuntu users could set the priority of testing to
> something lower than ubuntu in apt/preferences.
> I could also try to make my own PPA called bredelings/bioinformatics
> or something like this, and only maintain packages that I am interested
You might consider running Bio-Linux:
Bio-Linux is based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and uses many of the packages
contributed by the Debian-Med team.
Please contact me off-list if you want more information about Bio-Linux.
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